by Sam Bock
on November 29, 2017
Legal & Industry Education
Review & Production
Data diversity serves us well in our personal lives. It gives us entertainment at our fingertips, connects us to loved ones from anywhere, and puts incredible amounts of knowledge closer at hand than ever before. But in e-discovery, it makes everyday work a heck of a lot more complicated.
In a recent interview with Ari Kaplan, Mike McDonald—the senior vice president and general manager of legal compliance and surveillance for Veritone, a Relativity Developer Partner—noted that there are 30 billion hours of recorded audio stored among regulated businesses today. Most of that data isn’t searchable, which means business leaders and legal teams are making decisions without the full context their data provides. That’s a big problem.
Give this podcast a listen to learn why AI matters in the legal space, and how today’s tech ecosystem is helping to deliver it.
Sam Bock is a member of the marketing communications team at Relativity, and serves as editor of The Relativity Blog.
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